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Can we really raise inclusive kids in segregated neighborhoods? (Shared screen with speaker view)
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00:21:44 Andrew & Melissa, EmbraceRace: Hi folks - a number of people are coming in very early. Is that coincidence?
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00:28:32 Andrew & Melissa, EmbraceRace: Hi folks - you’re all more than 30 min early, which has never happened to us before. The session doesn’t start until 8:30 pm ET. See you then!
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00:57:43 Andrew & Melissa: Hi there! We’ll start soon! Let us know where you’re dialing in from!
Britney Eyster
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Atlanta Ga here!
Alice Enevoldsen
58:04
Seattle, WA
Ranya Khalil
58:13
Edmonds, WA
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00:58:15 Sofia Jarrin-Thomas: Salem MA
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Claudia Thomas
58:26
Montpelier, Vermont
Jane Ventrone
58:35
Somerville, MA!
Meagan Schultz
58:54
milwaukee, wi
Sanny Zuiderveld
58:58
NYC
Kim Knight
58:59
central NY
Stacy Rains
59:04
Charleston, SC
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00:59:12 Andrew & Melissa, EmbraceRace: You’re good, Vanessa! Enjoy your dinner!
Whitney Hardie
59:53
Seattle!
Kate Lanahan
59:54
Richmond, Va
Zlata Stankovic
59:58
Dallas TX
Amy Jiravisitcul
01:00:01
Milford, CT :D
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Jennifer Parroccini
01:00:03
Portland, OR
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Karyn Hunt
01:00:19
Marion, IA
Lucretia Berry
01:00:27
Charlotte NC
Anna Ghosh
01:00:33
San Francisco via San Diego
Brad El
01:01:23
Brad El from Phila hurray
Anna Ghosh
01:01:40
I LOVE Embrace Race <3
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01:01:48 Andrew & Melissa: Welcome all! What a great spread!
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01:02:23 Andrew & Melissa: Shucks, Anna!
Sarah Richards
01:02:28
Love the mission and vision!! Thank you for the work you're doing :)
Katie Kalt
01:03:02
Milwaukee, WI
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01:03:21 Andrew & Melissa: Thanks, so much, Sarah. We count on this community to help us answer all the difficult race and kids questions. So glad you’re here.
Caitlin Hyde
01:04:18
Fairport, NY! Same as above, but sent to the correct group this time! :)
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01:05:11 Andrew & Melissa: Giving Tuesday link for EmbraceRace! https://embracerace.networkforgood.com/
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01:05:23 Andrew & Melissa: Cool! Welcome!
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01:06:05 Andrew & Melissa: fantastic!
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01:07:46 Andrew & Melissa, EmbraceRace: Hi Alice! We LOVE Kazi J! Please give him a warm squeeze for me! (Andrew)
Jessica Becker Shapiro
01:10:33
I would love to be able to see that demographic map for my city. Is there a source?
Jessica Becker Shapiro
01:11:25
So sorry, that was supposed to be a Note
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01:12:01 Andrew & Melissa: Here's the link to the site that hosts those maps: http://demographics.coopercenter.org/racial-dot-map/
Jessica Becker Shapiro
01:13:32
thank you!
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01:14:21 Andrew & Melissa, EmbraceRace: Thanks, Michael A!
Katrina Jones
01:25:30
Is there a hashtag for this event?
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01:26:11 Andrew & Melissa: Good idea, Katrina. We’re Twitter lame. Make a suggestion. Lead the way!
Sarah Richards
01:26:27
I also like the book "Let's Talk About Race" by Julius Lester
Katrina Jones
01:26:41
#InclusiveKids
Zlata Stankovic
01:26:44
#talkaboutrace
Lucas Gonze
01:26:49
https://medium.com/embrace-race/26-childrens-books-to-support-conversations-on-race-racism-resistance-15b189c1bab9
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01:26:59 Andrew & Melissa: that’s a good one, sarah. we like that one, too.
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01:27:22 Andrew & Melissa: oooh, i like both those hashtags!
Alice Enevoldsen
01:28:05
Daniel Tiger
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01:28:17 Andrew & Melissa: let’s go with Katrina’s, #inclusivekids
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01:28:30 Andrew & Melissa: because she suggested first;)
Zlata Stankovic
01:29:01
#inclusivekids - sounds wonderful
Katrina Jones
01:32:40
neat suggestion!
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01:33:19 Sofia Jarrin-Thomas: Sorry, I couldn't send this via de Q&A. This might seem like a basic question, but what would you say is the importance of diversity? Beyond raising racially-conscious kids. What would you say are the benefits?
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Lucas Gonze
01:42:00
I’d be interested in the converse of that question - how to help my white kids prepare for their own micro aggressions, their own harms.
Katrina Jones
01:43:11
Lucas - can you please share more about preparing you rkids for their own microaggressions?
Lucas Gonze
01:47:31
I expect my white children to do some bad things to their friends of color. We whites have a way of doing that. How can I start that conversation?
Lucas Gonze
01:47:37
(Moved to Q&A)
Alice Enevoldsen
01:48:14
Yes! That's huge here in Seattle!
Katrina Jones
01:50:11
Thanks, Lucas
Katrina Jones
01:50:15
that's a great questions
Alice Enevoldsen
01:50:47
(I was responding to the juxtaposition of race + class issues, school choice, etc)
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01:51:02 Andrew & Melissa: Giving Tuesday link for EmbraceRace! https://embracerace.networkforgood.com/
Alice Enevoldsen
01:54:22
Explicitly encourage kids to reach out and try to be friends with diverse people? That seems like it might lead to the "token minority" effect, or create an odd expectation for what friendship means. Comments?
Katrina Jones
01:54:36
How can I prepare my black children to respond to microaggressions and bias? And how would you suggest I address the parents of the kids who perpetuate microaggressions or discrimination?
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02:00:38 Andrew & Melissa: Thanks, Nicole!
Anna Ghosh
02:02:00
looking forward to next talk!
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02:02:22 Andrew & Melissa: thanks all!
Lauren Cesca
02:02:24
Thank you!
Jen Willson
02:02:28
Thank you!!!
Sanny Zuiderveld
02:02:30
Thank you!